I see a lot of people getting agitated, speculating over why Stana seems to have deleted her account within days of opening it. And blame being thrown at fans who are deemed to be too intrusive etc. My guess? She closed it because there’s little need for it: she doesn’t post her own personal…
Η sexy superstar του «Castle» Stana Katic μιλάει στο Peoplegreece.com!
A secret investigation puts Beckett’s life in danger! Watch an all-new episode of #Castle this Monday at 10|9c on ABC.
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This is an old picture from season 5, she was with Kristi (not the woman in the picture)
Stana Katic at Castle Wrap Party! No worries she was there!
How can some people mistake Stana for a man?
Nathan tweets while Stana sleeps
Billboard in Atlanta with Stana’s new Recycle Across America ad.
it’s for things like this one http://i-blindside.tumblr.com/post/79635910434/casketting-the-uninterrupted-sort-please Castle fans love to be appreciated
I’m starting to get really pissed off at how I only see recognition for Stana Katic when it comes to Castle. I mean, she’s awesome, but I barely see any appreciation for Nathan Fillion or Seamus Dever, and what I do see is fangirls saying they’re hot. Which is great, because they ARE, but their ACTING, man!!! And I see no recognition for Jon Huertas or Tamala Jones AT ALL. none. like, why?
it’s all Stana Katic and Caskett.
and it’s pissing me off.
In the Belly of the Beast is easily the darkest, most intense episode of Castle to date. Watching Beckett get brutalized was very hard to swallow, and Stana Katic was remarkable. In every single scene of this episode I was amazed at the depths of Stana Katic’s acting chops. This was a nuts episode and she sold every second of Beckett’s journey incredibly well.
I watched this episode twice and then went back and watched 9 other episodes connected to Johanna Beckett’s murder and/or Beckett’s pain because I wanted to be sure about my convictions, hence why this review is posted later than usual. I truly enjoyed this episode and thought it was dark/nuts/creepy and had a hard time finding words for it. Andrew Marlowe and David Amann wrote a script that in terms of character, is flawless, and has a pretty damn good story too.